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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 8

9:40 AM CDT on September 8, 2022

    • After cop with no lights, sirens on fatally struck Denise Blidy on bike in Burbank, independent agency investigates (NBC)
    • Driver charged with homicide after running stop sign in N. Lawndale, making woman lose pregnancy (My Stateline)
    • Police chase ends with suspect striking and injuring two octogenarians waiting for bus in Belmont Cragin (ABC)
    • Semi driver caught on camera swerving, driving erratically before crash on Eisenhower Expressway (ABC)
    • Man, 31, in critical condition after being shot in the neck on Red Line near Chinatown (ABC)
    • Metra extends $100 "Super Saver" monthly pass through December (NBC)
    • Riders with visual impairments discuss how new tactile CTA bus stop signs will make life easier for them (CBS)
    • Hideen Oaks Forest Preserve hosts bike donation drive for Working Bikes (FPDW)

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